No , this is totally true. You'd be surprised how many woman don't believe they are as gorgeous as they are. I'm about to be dating this awesome girl and she is totally smokin hot and has a totally fun awesome personality. I guarantee if you fake up some confidence at least 3/5 will go out with you.
I like how defensive most guys become after seeing something like this then start pointing at statistics, or saying society is shallow. There are facts out there but it is up tot he individual to follow them or not, there is a measure of personal responsibility that is usually forgotten in these stereotypes. Suffice to say, every dog has their day and the one who has earned self love is more successful as to those who scrutinizes.
While I rather like the message of this graph I disagree with its sexist assumption: girls can benefit from this attitude just as much as men can.
Basically, regardless of your gender or sexuality, don't be a passive wallflower: if you're interested in someone, be more forthright and open about it. Communication is always for the better.
James Earl Adams III No, what I'm saying is most have self esteem issues.(most sprouting from comparing themselves to other girls/photoshops) That and the fact that this current male generation is full of sissy that can play games where you dismember people but can't even say hi to a harmless girl. Ever been to a club? All the young girls and guys stay to the opposite sides of the room, its fucking sad.
Charles Nickerson I had a brilliant idea when I read this. See here... it's the relativity of looks! They want a 8+/10 relatively. So they ignore the "uglier" women and only go for the more "attractive" women, despite there potentially perverse idea of attractiveness. But no seriously, there is a general consensus of what's attractive. Like a majority of the male population would have general consensus that a particular woman is attractive, even if it is not outwardly expressed. There is a majority, but there is as you stated, some fuckin' weirdos. LOL :D